Carry On

FOLD is pleased to present CARRY ON a group show of 25 artists.

Dominic Beattie, Olivia Bax, Simon Callery, Tim Ellis, Valerie Kolakis, Asmund Havsteen-Mikkelesen, Ellen Hyllemose, Kes Richardson, Florian Schmidt, Finbar Ward, Torgny Wilcke, Michaela Zimmer, Daryl Brown, Gary Colclough, Dominic Kennedy, Ted Larsen, Kevin Monot, Ian Monroe, Mali Morris, Anna Mossman, Marton Nemes, Oliver Perkins, Charley Peters, Nathaniel Rackowe, Michal Raz, Tom Wilmott.

The artists in this show make abstract work or have a practice that extends into abstraction.

Snow Crash

A scaffolding structure will pierce the dividing wall at IMT gallery; the partition acting as a mirror that reflects the physical diagram across the two spaces. 


Oisín Byrne, feat. Gary Farrelly: GLUE

GLUE is the first feature-length film by Irish artist Oisín Byrne, with artist and collaborator Gary Farrelly. Told through manic and confessional monologues and dialogues, Gary – a cross-dressing narcoleptic – delivers a comic insight into our shattered subjectivity.

Dominic Kennedy | BROKEN SUNS

Fold is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Dominic Kennedy, his first solo presentation in the gallery.

Loud Bodies

Loud Bodies is a weekend of participatory events, sonic performances, and a panel discussion, where visitors are invited to engage with some of Mika Rottenberg’s critical themes; those wrapped in a thick mantle of absurd and often sensory metaphors, through discussion, performance and a workshop. For more information, please visit:


Saturday 22 September
Panel Discussion 2-4pm
Sonic performances 6-9pm

Sunday 23 September
Participatory Events 12-4pm

Martin Briggs: The Indian Menagerie

An exhibition of 10 limited edition silkscreen prints by Martin Briggs. Inspired by a visit and research on traditional woodblock printing of fabric in Jodhpur, North India.

Martin Briggs: Intent

Sketches and Paintings by Martin Briggs. Evocations of the spirits of the Welsh landscape.




An exhibition of handmade duo-toned silver gelatine black and white prints, printed in a traditional darkroom from negatives taken in Iceland over a period of eight years.

“Iceland, 'The Land of Fire and Ice’, has a strong and omnipresent ‘Middle Earth’ feel to it, where brooding skies accentuate the dramatic and sometimes eerie landscape where trolls lurk at night and get turned to stone by daylight. It is a land of myth and magic, of fearsome subterranean power and spectacular scenery”. Tim Rudman.

Gallery 2


Ivor Cutler



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